Ten local artists have paired with 10 small businesses on Main Street and Charleston Boulevard to transform plywood into hopeful works of art.
FSE President and CEO Patrick Hughes says, “We are glad now we’ve been given direction by our leadership, and we are going to be socially responsible.”
Yesco is responsible for most of the neon and LED signs in Las Vegas, including Vegas Vic and the newly installed letters on Allegiant Stadium.
DLVEC is host to myriad events, including is massive Super Bowl viewing party, the Vegas Golden Knights Fan Fest, and Las Rageous music festival.
International Women’s Day honors the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women every year on March 8. Here are two ways to commemorate women’s achievements in Las Vegas.
Majestic Repertory Theatre’s newest immersive production, “Garden Party” is equal parts comedic play and social gathering, all with a simmering tension that comes to a head in the final act.
Nonprofit organization rids the industrial alley of trash bins, making way for murals, installations and gathering spots.
Other downtown Las Vegas events include a rock show, a performance by the Philharmonic and free test-prep assistance.
“Mermaids Don’t Wear Skirts,” a collaboration between local street artists Aware and Bandit, turns the Western Motel exterior into a whimsical underwater seascape.
An all-star roster including David Bowie, John Legend and Panic! At the Disco helped give the touring show its high-spirited songbook.